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Poster: craven714 Date: Jul 13, 2012 7:45pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: mule fritters ~ GREAT Ceaser Salad! Miss-half step TOODLE OO

see there? RIGHT there? THAT is a good to honest post.
(non-dead related, but go with me...)

Thank you UU ( too many U's? too bad) for bringing some civility (and god damn if I didnt laugh my fuckin ass off at that) to this
M*A*S*H unit tonight.

What would MASH stand for in these parts?
Lemme speak for myself and say:

M ando
A lways
S ays*
H ey ALISON! Get your ass over here and sing me a song.

ewww. that was bad. any others?
M att
A lways
S ucks
H emmeroids. no no no
Any hoo~
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKWKnwnNXhs
Nice reference UU : (seriously)

Father Mulcahy: [singing] A chaplain in the Army has a collar on his neck. If you don't listen to him, you'll all wind up in heck.

Everybody: Oh, I don't want no more of Army life. Gee, Mom, I wanna go home.

Capt. Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce, Capt. B.J. Hunnicut: Oh, the surgeons in the Army, they say we're mighty bright. We work on soldiers through the day and nurses through the night.

Everybody: Oh, I don't want no more of Army life. Gee Mom, I wanna go home.

Col. Sherman T. Potter: Friendships in the army, they say are mighty rare. So I spend all my free time carousing with my mare.

Everybody: Oh, I don't want no more of Army life. Gee Mom, I wanna go home.

Nurses: The surgeons in the army, their brains they are profound. But we'll take chopper pilots, they'll get you off the ground.

Everybody: Oh, I don't want no more of Army life. Gee Mom, I wanna go home.

Cpl. Walter 'Radar' O'Reilly: The corporals in the army, ya say we're really green. But if it weren't for us guys you'd be in the latrine.

Everybody: Oh, I don't want no more of Army life. Gee Mom, I wanna go home.

Klinger: Oh, some guys like the Army. I think that it's a mess. If it's so damn terrific. How come I wear a dress?

Everybody: Oh, I don't want no more of Army life. Gee Mom, I wanna go home.

Maj. Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan: The nurses in the army, they haven't tied the knot. But this one's gonna try it with Donald Penobscott.

Everybody: Oh, I don't want no more of Army life. Gee Mom, I wanna go. But they won't let me go. Gee Mom, I wanna go home.

Maj. Frank Burns: Gee whiz, that's terrific. I haven't seen a good movie in ages.

Hawkeye: Frank, don't be childish. It's only a movie.
[Frank walks away]

Hawkeye: Oh, boy! Oh, boy! A movie! Hee, hee, hee! I'm so excited, I could plotz!

Hawkeye: And now for the moment no-one has been waiting for: the Father Mulcahy sound-alike contest.
[Father Mulcahy passes him his hat]




*****************************************************

Hawkeye: [imitating Mulcahy] My word, Hawkeye, this jocularity is most unseemly.

*****************************************************



[tosses hat to Klinger]
Cpl. Maxwell Klinger: [imitating Mulcahy, in squeaky voice] How can you make jokes at a time like this? Ooh.
[passes hat to Frank Burns]

Maj. Frank Burns: [in high voice] The post-op is collapsing and the O.R. is on fire.
[passes hat to Margaret]

Margaret: [in high voice] And somebody has broken into the sacramental wine.


[tosses hat to Radar]


Radar: Sorry, Father.
[puts on hat; imitates Mulcahy]
Radar: It seems that Private Simpson has come down with a case of hepatitis. He's the most remarkable shade of yellow.

[tosses hat to Colonel Potter]
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Col. Sherman Potter: [in high voice] Jocularity! Jocularity!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
[tosses hat to Father Mulcahy]
Father Francis Mulcahy: Let me just say this about all these impersonations...
[everybody groans in protest]

Hawkeye: That's definitely the Mills Brothers

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vhagzSEXzic